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. the bride was jennifer hagel from central connecticut, daughter of a realtor and a builder who'd once been a policeman. jennifer was a high- school athlete, soccer, basketball and golf all four-years. she graduated from trinity college in hartford. sh was reallpretty, rt o always made-up and looked really nice all the time. kara klenk, a year behind jennifer, was happy to hear that the petite secret weapon of their intramural stball am was excited about getting married. >> i always, always figured things would work out for her. she was a nice person, good looking and athletic. you know you always think those kind of people are just going to make it, make happy lives for themselves. jennifer, to no one's surprise, had married a jock, george allan smith iv, the son of a family that has run a very successful liquor store in wealthy greenwich, connecticut. george was a big guy, 6' 2" over 200-pounds. coach bob darula recalls a good linebacker and a nice kid at greenwich high. >> very likeable, quiet young man, coachable, ya know? very dry sense of humor. always had a nice smile, ya know? >> re
experts standing by. we'll take your calls. 1-877-tell-hln is the number. jennifer smetters joins us. jennifer, as you look at this, i've got to agree with lou. it sounds like police did the job. do you agree or disagree? >> i have to disagree, mike. the police are there to serve and protect its citizens. and to have a man, regardless if he stole the vehicle or not, lose his life is a tragic situation. that man's life was worth more than the value of this vehicle. the police inflamed the situation to an extent. now, this may have been not -- it may have been a low-travelled road. but even more so, even on a street like that, people's guard normally comes down. this man is speeding along. the media was surveying him from above. let's look at the protocol that the police used. >> but they called off the chase. they were just monitoring. we can see right here they're not hot in pursuit of this guy. >> but a hot pursuit -- nonetheless, this man saw that he was being followed by police. he was scared. he probably -- we're assuming he broke the law. if he did, his pulse is racing. he's sca
with us jennifer smetders an attorney who specializes in family law and stacy kaiser psychotherapist. call in 1-877-tell-hln. all right, russell. we get the curveball, huh? lawyers for dr. klein show up. what happened here? >> yeah, this was definitely a bit of a curveball. there's been a lot of speculation about this for quite awhile. mark vincent kaplan hon represented kevin federline showed up to court and tells the judge that his client wants some role in the kids' lives. the reasoning he says is that he had a long-standing commitment to michael jackson as michael's request. the judge quickly chimed in and said what is your standing, and his lawyer said, he is not the presumed parent and then asked for a sidebar. so this was definitely a bit of a dramatic moment. and the judge after the sidebar came back and said, listen, you don't have standing in this action. you may have to proceed in another way but today, you are not supposed to be here asking for this kind of action. >> so his claim in court is a commitment to michael jackson? is that what you're saying? >> that's right. he said
-hln is the number. here to talk about it, we've got our expert panel joining us. jennifer is here with us, criminal defense attorney. and also with us, stephanie slater, she's a spokeswoman for the boynton beach police department. we have the video clip of the reaction. now, this is -- correct me if i go astray, stephanie, this is the murder scene, or fake murder scene is staged, cops call up the wife and tell her, come on in. and they break the news to her. watch and listen to her reaction. >> no, no! no! no! >> there it is. stephanie, were there any actual tears coming out as we listened to that? >> no, there was a lot of sobbing, and her arm wavering and trembling. but there was no wetness in her eyes. >> so how were these officers able to keep a straight face then? >> they're very good at their jobs. >> they wanted to laugh, huh? knowing what we know now? and even knew then. they knew. >> they did a very good job of playing the role. >> all right. let's back track a little bit, stephanie, and we'll try to go through this chronologically. how did you guys get wind of this in the first
squire.com. also criminal defense attorney, jennifer. and professor of surgery at vanderbilt university. jennifer, let's start with you. this is the report. if is this is the way it went down, do we have manslaughter charges. >> absolutely. this doctor is going to be held criminally responsible for his actions. what he did was reckless. he left a man alone and administered a drug that is usually only administered in a hospital. did not have any of the backup safety precautions as the reports say, which would be a heart monitor, at the minimum. nothing like that there. and admits to leaving the room. and did not dispute the police's -- the report from the police, the police statements. what we have here is a man who should be held criminally liable, an civilly liable perhaps. he took an oath to protect, care for his patients. not to do ha they said for $1. that's what we have here perhaps. >> let's bring in dr. jeffrey guy. doctor, let's lay it out for everybody. if someone is being administered propofol for surgery in a hospital setting, are they ever left alone? >> no. and that's a leg
people who suffer from it, people like jennifer miller. >> we frequently wash sheets, because we eat in the bedroom. >> okay. >> and food spills and stuff. >> how often do you eat in bed? >> oh, probably dinner. yeah. >> all of you? >> yes. >> five people eat in the bed every night? >> yes. >> okay. >> with plates on our laps. >> okay. >> yes. >> and how do you end up in the bed eating as a family every night? >> it's just like an area to sit down. >> jennifer miller was here earlier. she's back along with a professional organizer who helped jennifer get back on track. jennifer, good to see both of you again. >> thank you. >> my mom used to say, this place looks like collier's mansion. they were these famous hoarders back in the 30. for you, jennifer, what was your lowest point during all this? >> the lowest point was probably the loneliest point right before we actually reached out to get help and, you know, you're just facing yourself and facing the house and facing the stuff and having no clue where to start or where to go. >> and you're not alone in this. your husband has this af
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back. female announcer: from jennifer, while supplies last, this luxurious microfiber sofa and chair for just $399. our most dramatic offer ever: both pieces, just $399. while supplies last. from jennifer: you don't have to spend a lot to have good taste. have you heard about miralax? miralax relieves constipation with no bloating. no cramping. no sudden urgency. announcer: only miralax is clinically proven to work like that. restore your body's natural rhythm with miralax. ♪[ music ] the funeral service for eunice kennedy shriver was held in hyannis, massachusetts today. the casket was carried down a small street by the kennedy family including daughter maria shriver and california governor arnold schwarzenegger to a small chapel at the saint francis xavier church. many notable well wishers were in attendance. you can get more information by checking out our slide show. it is son our website at wusa9.com. eunice kennedy shriver died on tuesday. she was 88 years old. >>> 26 people are recovering today after being stung by wasps in rock creek park. this happened yesterday near the
it in under 9.6 seconds. amazing. >> here is jennifer gilbert and jeff barnd with the "late edition". . >> isolated incident. >> the mayor reacts after a double shooting downtown. tonight the scramble to protect tourists, and the city's reputation. >> a plan for pricy parking. how much you might need to feed the meter in downtown baltimore. >> president obama's still on the road to fight for the health care plan. why some say he is sending mixed messages. >> and healthy promise, what doctors are saying about new footwear for fitness. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. weekend shooting at the inner harbour prompts police to be more aggressive in their effort to prevent crime. >> two men injured and no arrests made. kathleen cairns has the latest. >> midday monday. >> i don't think i would be coming down here for dinner. >> carters are from north carolina. >> after dark i would be more concerned. >> many tourists are talking about the shooting inside the light street p
>> a plane goes down in carroll county killing two people on board. i'm jennifer franciotti. coming up, a family member of one of the victims speaks to 11 news. >> i'm brooke hart. in washington, the battle over health care town hall. is it democracy in action? that story coming up. >> new york's hudson river has seen yet another emergency in the skies. this time with disasterous results. the latest on recovery efforts in the midair collision. >> and the weather word of the day -- we should actually make it two words. "extremely hot"! >> good morning. i'm mindy basara. >> and i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for "11 news today. " >> first let's check out the forecast with sandra shaw. >> we'll be about 10 degrees above what is normal. if you thought yesterday was bad at the airport, it will be much worse today. with that said, cooling centers are open around the area. they are located in all community centers and senior centers. you can always call 311 or visit our web site at wbaltv.com and there you will find tips on how to beat the heat and the locations of cooling centers
takes you shopping. >> reporter: after a routine visit to the doctor jennifer got a wakeup call. >> my doctor told me if i don't get my cholesterol level down she's going to put me on medication. >> reporter: not something jennifer wants to do. now she's loading up on exercise, fruits, veggies and omega 3 fatty acids. research shows that for some these healthy fats found in fish and some plants may help prevent heart disease which runs in jennifer's family. >> i know it's something i need to take seriously. i've got two little kids and want to be there for them. >> reporter: that's why food labels touting omega 3s recently caught her eye at the store. you can find them on everything from eggs, english muffins to milk to pasta and oil. joan blake is with the american die at the timic association and says the fortified foods are pouring on to store shelves. >> people are more in tune with their diet and want to make sure they are eating healthy. >> reporter: and food manufacturers have taken notice. in 2008 more than 420 foods packed with omega 3 were released. this year another 150 plu
. >> reporter: after a routine visit to the doctor jennifer ma chew ski got a wake-up call. my doctor told me if i don't get mickles roll level down she is going to put me on medication. >> not something jennifer wants to do so now she is loading up on exercise, fruits, veggies, and omega three fatty acids. research shows that, for some, these healthy fats found in fish and some plants may help prevent heart disease which runs in jennifer's family. >> i know it's something i need to take seriously, i've got two little kids and i wants to be there for them. >> reporter: that's why food labels touting omega 3s recently caught her eye at the grocery store. you can find them on everything from eggs, english muff fins to pasta and oil. join zaun deblake is with the food and drug administration and they are going on to stores. >> people are more in tune with their diet. >> reporter: food manufacturers are taking notice. in 2008 more than 420 foods packed with omega 3 were released. this year another 150 plus have already hit the shelves. most of the products only contain a fraction of the recommend
against the panthers. here is jennifer gilbert and jeff barnd with the "late edition". . >> no, i have not gotten my money back. >> marylanders behind on mortgages and now a target for scammers, what to look out for. >> a suspected serial robber hospitalized. what store workers did when the man robbed a store for a third time. >> danny gathering strength in the atlantic what maryland city could get a direct hit from the potential hurricane in the sky watch forecast. >> and cash for clunkers, how it is turning into a cash cow for thieves. . >> hello again, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. tropical storm danny is growing in the atlantic ocean tonight gaining strength and picking up speed. >> it could become a hurricane. and one track actually has it hitting close to this state. >> chief meteorologist vytas reid is here with a look at the sky watch forecast. vytas. >> watching the storm for a few days. and gathering strength over on the atlantic. tropical storm danny with winds at 52 miles per hour. gusting to 63. so actually is gathering strength. it was at 45 miles an hour
, criminal defense attorney jennifer bonnjean. let's lay out a couple of reasons here. one, she's saying health reasons. she has lupus, pneumonia, not strong enough to pick up her child. so she dragged the kid through the store. and the second thing she said about it is, i believe, he liked it. the backpack -- >> didn't seem to be bothered all that much by it. >> the family is saying he had some laughs. you see a felony here or not? >> absolutely not. i am mott condoning the behavior but this is not child cruelty in first degree. let me tell you in georgia what child -- what -- in first degree child cruelty is. this is where the person maliciously causes cruel or excessive physical or mental pain. okay. most cases you see where you are talking about repeated beatings, rapes, burning of children. and this was an abrasion to the child and, again, not condoning it, but this is not the type of conducted this statute was meant to get at. let me tell you this. that statute has a sentence range of between 5 and 20 years. now perhaps you should get some services but does anyone out there think t
wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. those in the townhall meeting had a lot of loud things to say. >> your government has lost the faith and trust of the american people. >> for one hour senator cardin was heckled and jeered. as he listened. they talked about the financial toll it could have on taxpayers. >> $99 trillion in debt. how are you going to look at my children in their eyes, and tell them they will have a better future with $99 trillion. say it with me. $99 trillion. >> i think it is important to question as to the debt. if we don't get health care costs under control, our national debt will continue to grow. >> well that brings us to the question of the day. should the health care plan be scraped if it adds to the deficit at last check 82 percent say yes. and 14 percent say no. lauren from belair said the actual cost of medicare is significantly higher than its original projected cost. why should we believe that this health care reform bill is any different. to read more responses, go to foxbaltim
three are still behind bars being held without bond. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> jennifer, thank you. the only person ever ever convicted in the bombing of pan am flight 103 over lockerbie in scotland is free. a cheering crowd welcomed him back home. in his home country he's seen as a escape go to the west used to isolate libya. he was released on compassionate grounds after recently being given only a few months to live. scottish law allows prisoners to be shown compassion but many family members of the victims are outraged including one here in maryland. >> he brutally murdered 270 people, i see no tron grant him any amnesty. and that's what this amounts to. he's going home to his family. not to another prison or even a hospital there. >> the family says they are still trying to work through their grief and reeling from the decision, one they don't think they will ever understand. >> tom ridge says he was pressured by former members of president george w. bush's cab note raise the terror alert level before the 2004 presidential election and he said he objected to raisein
jennifer gilbert. we begin tonight with breaking news out on of downtown baltimore. a car accident involving baltimore olympic champion michael phelps. >> keith daniels is live on the scene with more. keith, what can you tell us at this hour. >> jeff and jennifer, live at north calvert and east bittle. police clearing the scene now it was a two car collision. michael phelps and two passengers were traveling in a black cadillac escalade. a woman was driving the other car. the accident happened just before 9:00 tonight. investigators say phelps was traveling east on bittle. the woman was driving north on calvert. the two vehicles collided. and now police are trying to determine exactly what happened. >> we know that there was a collision. two cars driving and collided at the intersection. we will find out if alcohol was a factor. look at red lights. put it altogether. we are literally talking to them as we speak. >> we are back here live. clearing michael's escalade otto truck, and other vehicle behind it. police are now telling us that alcohol was not a factor. phelps was not hurt.
't happen to your family. more on the story. >> i was really -- >> reporter: what jennifer says she needs to protect 7 month- old jacob from are on line scammers. it all began innocently, posting the pictures on the family's blog. >> for family, friends, be able to know what is going on in their lives. >> reporter: out of the blue, she got an e-mail with disturbing information. >> she learned his picture was being used in an adoption scam. >> reporter: turns out there was a victim to the scam, and the good samaritan was trying to help other parents. jennifer tried to help. she e-mailed a poster, asking for a photo. this is what she got in her in- box, a picture of her own son, jake jacob. >> i know he wasn't physically harmed, nobody was coming to our door to take him, but i felt like his life was being disturbed. >> reporter: a series of e- mails showed this tale, that had the baby was born in africa, and she showed the link. >> i didn't realize how easy it was to be part of the scam, and have your photo being used, the likeness being used and the information being used as part of the
on camera for the first time about this shocking act of violence. 11 news reporter jennifer franciotti is live with details. >> good morning self proclaimed white supremist calvin lock they are in is behind bars. they are all charged in this case according to charging documents watson said lockner approached james for water and a cigarette and erupted into racial slurs and violence when he said no allegedly beating the senior citizen with a hammer or bat and then taking off with the boys in their truck. we asked loyola psychologist dr. jay rue how a seemingly minor exchange could escalate so quickly. >> in this hard times, the -- it's easy to frustrate people whose feel as if they got nothing to lose by you know little tiny little or fans triggers a massive response like that. >> now all three are facing more than a dozen charges including attempted murder. coming up we'll hear from the elderly man's wife. >> a dozen members of the queen anne's county football team are recovering after they all succumbed to yesterday's sweltering temperatures. first responders turned the football field
to a deadly crash as the suspect tried to flee. jennifer franciotti joins us live from city police headquarters with more on this tragic story. >> police say the suspect was traveling at a very high rate of speed when he hit a nissan, caused it to flip over several times, killing the woman inside. this all unfolded about 3:00 p.m. when the alleged carjacker was spotted at mlk and mulberry. police went after the vehicle but they called off the pursuit for safety reasons. the suspect continued on and collided with the nissan. that car flipped and was knocked more than 60 feet from the intersection. witnesses describe what happened. >> flipped several times then snashed up against the wall. sounded horrible. it just a big crash. just like that. i mean, i didn't even get a chance to blink my eyes. >> it was real loud. it was like a boom, loud. >> now the victim was taken to shock trauma where she was later pronounced dead. suspect also taken to shock trauma but he suffered only minor injuries. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you, jen. meanwhile until baltimore county a 7
leaders are looking for a replacement. national security correspondent jennifer griffin reports on the apparent end of the line for one especially brutal terrorist. >> he was pakistan's usama bin laden, and he is shown here in one of the few known photos where you can see his face. responsible, according to u.s. intelligence intercepts, for the 2007 assassination of former pakistani prime minister benazir bhutto. he was suspected of ork straighting this earlier bombing on her convoy after she returned from her exile to run for re-election shortly after landing in ka rashy. suicide bombers were believed behind last summer's bombing at the marriott. pakistani officials confirmed the assassination. >> according to my information, this is true and he has been taken out. >> this taliban commander spoke to his family. >> his four aides and his wife were also killed. >> by a precision-guided 500-pound bomb by a drone and with human intelligence provided by the pakistanis, u.s. intelligence officials say there is a high probability he is dead and now are waiting for phone intercepts fro
to the defense secretary. national security correspondent jennifer griffin reports it comes during a very difficult period for allied forces fighting the taliban. >> its was the deadliest month in afghanistan for u.s. troops since the start of the war. 74 nato troops killed in july. 43 of them were americans. all eyes now are on general stan mccrystal, who was given 60 days to review the situation on the ground in afghanistan after taking over as the top u.s. commander there. defense secretary robert gates and admiral mike mullen asked mcchrystal to meet them for a sec ket face to face this week at a u.s. military base 12 miles north of nato headquarters in belgium. they wanted an interim report. chief david petraeus also through in. august 14, mcchrystal will deliver his strategy to the head of nato and gates and the assessment will reportedly involve a request for more u.s. troops. >> from everything i have seen, it looks like the afghan army has to be increased and significantly, and that's going to be a huge cost, and i -- it appears as if we need more troops. >> but how many, and wil
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that they are inappropriately female announcer: from jennifer, while supplies last, this luxurious microfiber sofa and chair for just $399. our most dramatic offer ever: both pieces, just $399. while supplies last. from jennifer: you don't have to spend a lot to have good taste. e nuto see a few more showers throu the metro area. the heaviest rain is probably going to come to our area tomorrow afternoon. >> that is it for us now. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- e
.d.c. conference on fighting the flu. our dr. jennifer ashton reports now from atlanta. >> this isn't a flu that we're used to. >> reporter: the message from the c.d.c. today was clear: the h1n1 virus is here to stay and it could be dangerous. >> we've had outbreaks through the summer and we saw the same virus causing disease in the southern hemispherement we're expect ago lot more disease in the fall. >> reporter: and yet officials here defended the schedule for the nearly $2 billion h1n1 vaccine program, insisting it will be safe and effective. they were skeptical of the presidential council's call to begin vaccinating in september-- one month early. >> we still think mid-october is a good target for the major production to roll off. it's possible some of the companies could accelerate that. >> reporter: health officials are concerned that the h1n1 flu could peak in early fall because most infections are among young people and they spread the virus very easily. >> when school starts again, there will be the likelyness that those folks that are most likely to get h1n1, the school-aged population,
jennifer bonjean. one is she is saying health reasons. she has lupus, pneumonia, not strong enough to pick up her child so she dragged the kid through the store. the second thing she said, i believe, that he liked it. it's a backpack leash. >> he didn't seem to be bothered all that. >> the family saying he had some laughs. do you see a felony here or not? >> absolutely not. i am not condoning this behavior, but this is not child cruelty in the first degree. in georgia what child -- in the first degree child cruelty is. this is where the person maliciously causes cruel physical or mental pain. in most cases you are talking about repeated beatings, rapes. this was an abrasion to the child. again, not condoning it, but this is not the type of conduct this statute was meant to get at. let me tell you this. that statute has a sentence range of between five and 20 years. perhaps she should get services. does anyone think this warrants a prison sentence between five and 20 years? >> we'll find out. we've got a lot of callers lined up. >> i'm sure there are people that do. it's unbelievable to me.
. kandace has the traffic edge report. kandace. >> thank you jennifer. we are tracking the average speeds right now and so far pretty fair ride on 95 in the northeast corner at 56 miles per hour but that's going to be the bright spot for us tonight. 36 on the jfx and 46 on 83 manufacturing through baltimore county. look at this number on the west side of the belt way down to 33 miles per hour there and 62 on 95 moving through howard county. as for accidents though of course we have a lot of the extra heavy volume due to the raven game downtown and broken water main on saratoga street. as jennifer said it's closed between grown street and martin luther king jr. and best bet is franklin or mull berry street inside. accident on northern parkway right at the jfx. cold spring lane instead forth alternate route tonight. northbound lanes of 83 downtown up to 695 we are looking at a 12 minute clip. now on the top side of the belt way there has been trouble there. we do have an accident on the inner loop lanes right at green spring avenue checking in on the web site at liberty road here it
equipo de landon donovan. >>> las hermanas venus y serena le seguirán los pasos a jennifer lópez, invertiran para ser accionistas en los miama dolphins. >>> bien, hasta aquí los deportes. >>> gracias, roxana. >>> vamos con walter ahora. >>> bendiciones para todos, y gracias a flor arte que siempre envia flores para este programa. >>> y hoy tenemos una luna nueva, que nos hace cambiar de piel, como cambiar de personalidad. aries: más serio, más responsable. tauro: estás más parlanchin, más expresivo. géminis: muy maternal y protector. cáncer: te das valor, te pones en tu altar. leo: estás un poco maniaco, meticulo, como que no te gusta todo el mundo, no critiques. virgo: más artístico, todos tus talentos afloran ahora. libra: estaras muy detectivesco. escorpio: deportivo, riendote de todo. sagitario: un tanto como cuidando el dinero, el miedo atrae lo negativo. capric capricornio: es tas más espontaheo, para amar. acuario: más espiritual, no te vas a alejar de la gente, pero más unificado con la verdad. piscis: agresivo, acertivo en defender lo tuyo. y que reciban mu
of the cover story in ""new york magazine."" jennifer senior writes since occupying the white house barack obama has hosted 15 town hall meetings, more than 800 images in the white house flicker photo stream. the same number by bush in his entire presidency. jennifer senior joins us. one of the most fascinating lines. you write, the president has taken a fair amount of heat for this full saturation approach. friends and critics alike have claimed it cheapens his words, smacks of desperation. jennifer, you want to tell us who these friends are? >> i hate to say this. i'm having trouble hearing you. that's a horrible way to begin. >> jennifer, you're smooth. >> exactly. >> explain the main point and how widespread are these concerns. >> i'm sorry. again, you're not coming in. i hate to -- i hate to -- i just don't think i can answer this question without hearing it. >> you really can't hear? >> i really can't hear. >> how are you answering? >> i can see the -- >> oh. >> we got her right where we want her right now. >> you're reading lips? >> i'm reading words on a screen. >> hopefully they c
around to the front to tell his aunt to unlock the door. within a few minutes, the aunt, jennifer campbell says she opened the door, but hasani was gone. >> and i thought maybe he was hiding behind something, or maybe he was choking, or maybe it was something. or maybe he wandered around the front. >> police searched for six hours, but say there were no witnesses who could place hasani behind the store, other than ross. >> the spotlight is still on you. we have not spoken to the media up until this point, not because we were shying or in hiding. we were with police and fbi, giving them all of the information. first day alone we were with police for 17 hours straight. >> our worst fear is he has gone somewhere and is lost, frightened, hurt himself. we want to try to find him before anything like that happens. >> good evening. i'm nancy grace. i want to thank you for with being us, everyone. very quickly, thank you for all of your calls, e-mail support for my first novel, a murder mystery thisrier, thriller. it goes to charities to provide a loving home to mentally handicapped. and
will make roads safer, many will voice their opposition. 11 news reporter jennifer franciotti live with that story. >> under state law speed cameras can only be placed in school zones. in baltimore county there are over 200 that apply. 214 school zones are being assessed right now. baltimore county police are preparing for speed camera installations if the measure passes down the road. a private vendor runs the camera and collects a portion of the ticket but the county also gets part of the cut. >> the police department's focus is on public safety. i have not been part of any conversation or gatherings discussing what revenues may be generated from this. in fact, if our motorists abide by the law, we'll generate nothing. >> and not everyone thinks speed camera is the way to go. baltimore county police are working on these possible installations. they say if the speed cameras get up and running, there will be a 30-day warning period so that motorists can get used to the idea of speed cameras in the school zones. that will take place before tickets are issued. reporting live, jennife
're getting breaking now's out of the pentagon now and our own jennifer griffin who is being told by official that those two journalists, laura ling and euna lee, will actually leave north korea with president clinton. it is now just around 4:15 in the morning in pyongyang. so one assume that they will be flying out of north korea very soon. that is the great news we're getting from jennifer griffin reporting. u.s. officials are saying from the pentagon those two women are free to leave and will be leaving with president clinton, shep. shepard: thanks. judge napalitano? >> you were right on the mark. we now know that this was not a private mission that president clinton was undertaking on his own. as persuasive as he can be, obviously this was a deal. obviously something was given to kim jong il in return for this. whatever it was we'll find out later, came from the federal government. shepard: we do know that kim jong il got a moment with his own folks. he was able, one might surmise to show his nation as an important nation. his nation is one with which the united states will deal, his nati
forecasters say unnoimt could reach a 26 year high. our money expert jennifer westhoven has more on what to expect andly tell you that she came over to the news room today and she said, do i really have to deliver such bad news right at the top of the show. i know. any way you cut it, it's still bad. >> i know. take the gun out of your mouth. it's tough. it's still bad. the forecast is that 325,000 jobs were lost last month. that's better than previous months but unemployment rising 3%. we still know many americans, friends and family in the teeth of the recession, unable to find work. other economists think it's going to go to 10% by early next year. there is some good news. they see they can see some benefit from the white house stimulus package. they all agree it's going to take a long time to feel more of it or for the jobless rate to come down. >> okay. you made it through that one. >>> all right. emotional, exhausted, clinging to company. that's how lisa ling described her sister laura. >> today we took her to the doctor's office, and, you know, i wasn't on planning going to the do
-definition from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >>> good evening. i'm jennifer gilbert. >>> a boating accident leaves one man dead. it happened before 6:00 tonight. two boats collided on the water. the man who died was in his boat alone. a father and daughter were in the other boat. that one capsized. they are both expected to be okay. neighbors say the man who died is well known in the community. >> the type of guy that would do anything for you. he was just a good all-around man. >> such a great loss. >> the name of the victim isn't being released until his family is notified. >>> a howard county teenager, who was struck by a drunk driver early friday morning, has died. myranda stephens has more on the teen's death. >> it was quite an impact. >>reporter: members are mourning the loss of one of their own gone too soon. >> ben was a sweet kid, a nice kid. >>reporter: police say around 12:30 friday morning, benjamin was riding his bicycle along the shoulder of route 108, when he was struck and killed by a drunk driver. the driver, 26-year old aaron was arrested
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'donnell and yuge gene robinson. and jennifer loven and howard fineman. president's experiencing rumors about health care. this seemed to throw the president a bit off balance at a town hall. >> i have heard lots of rumors going around. i have been told there's a clause in this that everyone is mead care age will be visited and told to decide how they wish to die. this bothers me a great deal. i like you to promise me this is not in this bill. >> the -- i guarantee you, first of all, we don't have enough government workers to send -- to talk to everybody. i think that the only thing that play have been proposed in some of the bills, and i actually think this is a good thing, is that it makes it easier for people to fill out a living will. chris: this week's "wall street journal" has a dramatic finding on what the president's persuasion has accomplished. the poll suggested that people that changed their minds since april had decided reform would make their own future care worse. there's no positive move whatever in people saying their personal care would improve or even stay the same. some republican
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's not just the future, it's life. >> good afternoon. i'm jennifer franciotti. at the kennedy family is gathered at the compound in hyannis port to say a final goodbye to senator ted kennedy. our 11 news reporter have the latest. >> following today's of morning privately, the kennedys the pair of three days of public tribunes and religious services in boston and the nation's capital. the summer retreat now shadowed by the loss of family patriarch, senator ted kennedy. >> i am thankful to all the people who expressed condolences. >> family members were out on the water sailing. it just a few weeks ago the senator, battling brain cancer, took one of his last sales on his boat. now the senator is making one final journey. a motorcade and relatives will export his body to boston where he will lie in repose at the jfk presidential library and museum, a place he helped build an honor of his brother. at the library, people will be able to pay their respects and honor give light and political career appeared close colleagues and rivals say the liberal lion of the senate had a big roar. >> on
's door. bill: we will bring jennifer in in a moment. i think that this could be one of the more interesting stories to pick up on tomorrow, the pentagon reaction. first, we are waiting for what they call the money shot. megyn: no matter what you feel about back channel negotiations, they have secured the release of these journalists. there is controversy over whether we should have been doing that, whether it risks the security of other journalists, this is a wonderful moment. bill: we can see in the camera, that is laura ling and euna lee, back on american soil. [applause] [applause] bill: how many times did she think about that smiling young face in front of her now? hoping that one day soon she would be able to embrace her again. megyn: you cannot help but be moved at this site. bill: who are those on our screen? is that the ling parents? >> yes, i believe so. we have the husbands of the two journalists. the husband of laura ling is the blond guy with the gray jacket. the dark cared gentleman there is the husband of euna lee. they're adorable daughter is there, four-years old
crime earlier this week. >> one man admits he's a white sprem assist so 11 news reporter jennifer franciotti live outside police headquarters with that story. >> good morning. self-proclaimed white sprem assist calvin lock they are in is behind bars and zachary watson and emanuel miller. watson claims lock they are in approached the 76-year-old victim james privet for water and a cigarette and erupted into racial especially tets and when he said no allegedly beating the man with a hammer. among the injuries a fractured eye socket. we asked dr. jay rue how such a seemingly minor exchange could escalate so quickly? >> it's easy to frustrate people who feel as if they've got nothing to lose by -- you know, little tiny little -- triggers a massive response like that. >> now more than a dozen offenses including attempted murder and right now all three remain behind bars without bond. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. baltimore city police are investigating a homicide a man was shot in the 100 block of south high land avenue. four hours later the victim was pronounced
with the rnimfo. keept righ i ihere. b@fafa female announcer: from jennifer, while supplies last, this luxurious microfiber sofa and chair for just $399. our most dramatic offer ever: both pieces, just $399. while supplies last. from jennifer: you don't have to spend a lot to have good taste. >>> welcome back. he might be vacationing out there for now. but their ability to create buzz and gossip never takes a day off. that's why we're chatting with them on behalf of the washington examiners. now, we're hearing that the first vacation is creating some ripples in the normally chilled waters of the venue. >> yes, dozens of local area businesses are hoping to cash in on their famous guests this week. we have a mexican restaurant there that has just served up the barack otaco. and you can wash it down with the obama rita. and if you feel like a little dessert afterwards, the candy shop there in town that is serving up some barackoroad fudge. >> baracko taco. followed by candy. >> that's out there big time. but this is starting to get ridiculous. >> the youngest jonas brother, nick jonas is in town th
... was the fun. the all-new subaru legacy. feel the love. female announcer: from jennifer, while supplies last, this luxurious microfiber sofa and chair for just $399. our most dramatic offer ever: both pieces, just $399. while supplies last. from jennifer: you don't have to spend a lot to have good taste. >>> welcome back. people who post messages online anonymously may no longer have the right or the ability to keep their identity secret after a judge ruled in favor of a model who sued google to learn the name of an anonymous blogger. lindsey mastis, digital correspondent, has that story. >> reporter: making headlines. the model sued google and won. she now knows the name of an anonymous blogger who posted nasty comments about her online. but should internet companies ever reveal anonymous bloggers' identities? >> you say something against someone, you should be able to back up what you said. >> it is not fair. they probably wouldn't say what they wanted to say if they were unmasked, identified. >> reporter: many bloggers want to remain anonymous so they can say whatever they like online. it
turns into a deadly accident. >> the tragic scene took place yesterday in baltimore. jennifer franciotti live with the details. >> good morning. police say the suspect was traveling at a high rate of speed when it hit a nissan causing it to flip over several times killing the woman inside. the alleged carjacker was spotted near mlk and mulberry. police originally called off the pursuit and then the car collided with a a nissan and was knocked more than 50 feet from the intersection. >> flipped several times then smashed up against the wall. sounded horrible. just a big crash. just like that. i mean, i didn't even get a chance to blink my eyes. >> it was real loud, like a boom! loud. >> the suspect was taken to shock trauma with only minor injuries and right now the name of the victim and suspect are not being released. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> all right, jen, thank you. a 7-year-old is recovering this morning after being struck by a vehicle in baltimore county. it happened at the intersection of ray abdomen and j.d. avenue in dun do have. officials have not released the n
. ♪ ( slurping ) ♪ ( child giggling ) ( both slurping ) ( laughs ) ( giggles ) female announcer: from jennifer, while supplies last, this luxurious microfiber sofa and chair for just $399. our most dramatic offer ever: both pieces, just $399. while supplies last. from jennifer: you don't have to spend a lot to have good taste. >>> you know flip flops could be a summertime flop according to a new study. the problem is that flip flops can expose your feet to potentially dangerous germs. during four days of testing, microbiologists found a layer of bacteria, including staph the staph can cause a blood infection if you get a cut on your foot. so you have to be careful if you are going to wear flip flops or sandals. sandals are this same. >> let's get off of this topic because we have produce on the set. first of all, ron williams running the cameras brought in eggplants and peppers. this one is called a ghost buster. isn't that great? and then the weather terrace has some funky tomatoes that have funny shapes out there and we are looking right here and here's our little pepper. so i hope your gard
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